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35777 Cedar Boulevard

Newark, CA  94560

Main:  510-818-3700

Fax:  510-794-0114

Mission Statement

Newark Adult Education is committed to preparing students for college and career technical education and to promoting life-long-learning.

Southern Alameda County Consortium

Assembly Bill 86 paved the way for the "consortium" process to plan how California will address the needs of adult learners.

The Southern Alameda County Consortium (SACC) consist of Fremont Adult School, Mission Valley Regional Occupation Program, New Haven Adult School, Newark Adult Education and Ohlone College.

Watch this video and learn about the process:

Newark Adult Education Center

Calderon, Julie (510) 818-3201 Principal
Eustice, Sue (510) 818-3705 Taiko Teacher
Langford, Marian (510) 818-3706 Teacher
Larson, Carl (510) 818-3700 Tole Painting Teacher
Lopez, Adriana (510) 818-3205 Parent Partner
Morales, Erica (510) 818-3208 Academic Counselor
Perez, Erika (510) 818-3702 Office Manager
Tarasuk, Julian (510) 818-3708 ESL Teacher
Trac, Jenny (510) 818-3216 GED & ESL Teacher

Newark Adult Classes

2017 First Coffee with the Principal

Newark Adult Education New Diploma Plan

Everyone in the city of Newark, regardless of age, race, home language or immigration status should have an opportunity to earn a high school diploma. The Newark Unified School District Board of Directors and the Superintendent are committed to student achievement and that commitment was manifested by adopting two important measures: 1. To have an adult school and 2. To implement a "seamless" plan for our at-risk K12 students.

If you know of someone over the age of 18 without a high school diploma, do not hesitate to contact the Newark Adult School now for enrollment information.

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